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Old April 1, 2009, 07:20 PM   #11
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I've got a NEF 45-70 gives a good kick...cant imagine a 45-70 revolver
I would shoot one of those ... with somebody else's hands.
Besides weighing the best part of what a rifle does, you lose enough out of the shorter barrel and cylinder gap that it's not all that bad.

How hard would it be to convert a Walker to 45-70? I'm in manufacturing could you just drill and mill the BP cylinder?
Here're a couple of pics showing a Century Mfg .45-70 sixgun (which is what I'm thinking Jaguarxk120 was referring to in his post in the thread...) next to a repro Walker for scale (just ignore that newfangled bottomfeeder in the one pic):

Looks like just a mite bit o' difference in cylinder size...
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